Virat Kohli might have had a woeful tour to England, where he managed just one fifty, but team director Ravi Shastri believes that the Indian vice-captain is too good a player to stay out of form for a long time and expects him to bounce back sooner rather than later.
“It’s a great game. It’s happened to some of the best players in the world. When I say the best players in the world, it’s happened to the best players in the world. Where you go through a series, a slump when nothing is right. There are technical flaws that can creep in from anywhere. Then you have bowlers with experience, patience and the ability to exploit it.” Shastri said during an interaction with the media on Monday in Mumbai.
“That’s what people missed on (James) Anderson. He was a real tiger on the prowl when Virat came into bat. He sensed there was a technical flaw.”